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A vulnerability in the Transport Layer Security (TLS) library of Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Software and Cisco Firepower Threat Defense (FTD) Software could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to trigger a reload of the affected ...
Cisco backs Isara's post-quantum PKI cert test in the hope it future-proofs TLS Cisco and quantum security outfit Isara reckon they've got at least as far as alpha stage in one a problem of the future: securing public key certificates against quantum c...
Which won't be terrifyingly hard: it's pretty good at making old kit like the way it moves The ink has dried, so to speak, on TLS 1.3, so it's time for work developing software to implement the standard to begin in earnest.…
A decade after the last SSL/TLS web encryption standard was released, the IETF has finally settled on the 28th draft of the TLS 1.3 standard to be the next major protocol for internet security.
The latest version of the protocol for HTTPS secure connections gets green light from the IETF.
Forward-secrecy protocol comes with the 28th draft A much-needed update to internet security has finally passed at the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), after four years and 28 drafts.…
Flap that goes public renews troubling questions about issuance of certificates.
Shambling corpse of ancient, shoddy, buggy, crypto shoved towards the grave Developers working with OpenSSL can finally start to work with TLS 1.3, thanks to the alpha version of OpenSSL 1.1.1 that landed yesterday.…
Newly discovered hack would allow attackers to send data between two systems during TLS negotiation, researchers say.
Researchers have found a new covert data exchange technique that abuses the TLS protocol that can circumvent traditional network perimeter protections.
Shared hosting oversight bites free SSL/TLS certificate org Let's Encrypt – a SSL/TLS certificate authority run by the non-profit Internet Security Research Group (ISRG) to programmatically provide websites with free certs for their HTTPS websites – on...
It is possible to exploit the protocol to obtain certificates for domains you do not own.